First steps to SOA
"What does it really mean to introduce SOA into an organization? Ross Mason, CTO and co-founder of MuleSource, explains how an enterprise service bus allows different applications to communicate with each other."
Source: ZD Net featured video
Mule 2 Tech Brief
A Brief discussion of the new Mule 2 platform and it features.
Mule 2 and Beyond - JavaPolis
"This tech talk provides an overview of the new architecture and features of Mule 2.0, covering subjects such as configuration, orchestration and error handling."
The role of ESBs
"Mule founder Ross Mason talks about the the role of the ESB, when to use and not to use ESBs, BPEL, and ESBs vs. integration brokers. Mule is an open source ESB and Ross discusses how people are using Mule and how it compares to commercial alternatives. Ross reveals that Mule got its name because it takes the donkey work out of integration projects."
How to Build a Recession-Proof SOA Strategy
The current economic crisis and recession is affecting both IT spending today and budgets for 2009. Often viewed as a major cost center, IT becomes one of the first areas where senior management looks to make cuts when times are tight. Here, Knowledge Center contributor Ross Mason explains how to build a recession-proof, service-oriented architecture strategy.
Source: eWeek, January 2009
How Scripps Networks Manages Media Assets with Mule
Discusses how Mule is being used by Scrips Networks, leader in lifestyle media, to manage its media assets and serve as the infrastructure for rich internet applications (RIA).
Source: JDJ (print / online), August 2008
The Road to JBI: Paved with good intentions
This article discusses the limitations in the JSR-208 specification that prohibit the JBI approach from being a general purpose integration and discusses why JBI may be a misguided specification in the first place.
Source: The Server Side, July 2008